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THE ECHO REGISTER, ECHO, OREGON
FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 190
As Good as the Best, Plain and Facy f
eavy or Light. Come and see them
THM-A-LUM LHMBEE COMPANY,
Office Phone, Main 22
A. Longwell, Manager
Home Phone, Black 442
TllC EdlO Register .two '''''lrtant and trilling CHINESE COOLIES FOUND
proposals, l he people who
riioxi-: main so. j voted seemed to know clearly
what they wanted and diiln't
I M ATI I.I. IM Itl.lSllINt; i;
n. II. 11 1 '.OWN, Manager.
Smuggled Silk ami Clgan Also Ills,
covered in Liner Mlnncsotu.
Kl 'il f f ! 14 limn 1.1 I .i
uv.nt s.n.t vr.ti.fi fi-eele n.l uitl. . . ' .
omciuis, arter picking up on tho
A Weekly news paper,
very Friday ut Hi ho, L'niatllla Coun
! fully as much intelligence and
published honesty as any body of ivpre
sentatives could have done.
j That they rejected the commis
sion system of goverinent is not
wharf a stray Chinese, who admitted
ho came over as a Htowaway on the
Croat Northern liner Minnesota,
i win hed tho vessel and discovered
' nine more smuggled coolies and a
, quantity of silk and clours.
Inspector Keagey, who is a heavy
man, stepped Into the sail locker of
KuhMrrliillniiM $1.50 Per Venr.
rr - i jtobe wondered at considering its
Entered a eond-clns nintter j ,.on fusl.tt ambiguous, lengthy
Krho. Oregon, un.l-r act of Congress I formation. If tilt! people made thl? tniwv and fell 20 feet through
of March 3. 1S79. .M1II1(. mistakes with the blanket. " m lno noor l'Khtlng square-
i) en top oi nine naKeti Chinamen.
- ... . ., . ,, ' ... " top of nine naked Chlnai
risiNrs RATES: 25 cents per like ballot they can rectify them Furth,.r instigation brought
Z.nHZ '? tht' ture which is more;lKht several leather sacks. ref
OUicUiN r.laineil for Wreck.
Salem In his official report Rail
road Commissioner Campbell attrib
uteji the cause of the recent wreck
near Cottage Grove to negligence of
the officials of the road in reference
particularly to improper nnd Insuffi
cient Inspection of bridges. It Is
stated that the bridge which went
down under the passenger train was
decayed at points where truss rods
pierced the heavy timbers, but bad
the appearance of firmness.
per inch per month.
InuiIk. Hrxl Insertion, ftet In H-point type, nr
brevlwr. III cm per llnv fur tlral iDkerttuo uoil
O. R. & N. Railway, Echo, Oregon,
No. fi Oregon Kxpress 12.10 a. in.
No. II Pad lie Kxpress !:4o a. in.
No. 7 Portland Sieclal l:ir p. in.
No. (I Eastern Kxpress 1:20 n. in.
No. 12 A Haul ir Kxpress. .. .4:00 p. in.
iNo. S ('lilt-ago Ss.t-ial 4:25 p. in.
FRISK! UT TRAINS.
No. 2.1 Way freight l:.'lo p. in.
No. .V) Port land fast freight . 2:.V p. in.
Wo. 24 Way freight .V.io a. in.
No. M Eastern fast freight. .:i:25 p. in.
No. 7 ami H do not stop here.
Parties desiring Interline tickets or
reservation of berths ran secure same
by advising us a few days prior to
day of departure.
P. C. HUNTER, Agt.
than is possible with grafts Wing government mull pouches Oiled
passed by mistake in councils w,th raw 8l,k 8,1(1 number of boxes
when? the people have no say.
Farmers in other countries are
voting taxes oil improvements.
They will do it in Oregon one of
or Manila cigars. The bags of silk
are supposed to have been taken
aboard with tho mail sack.
Ki-l.-iise School Lunds.
Washington, June 14. Represen
tative llnmwr ,lf tllnhA kn. In,-..
these days. I he man who goes j ducod a bl U(,rnmilllg We8lern
out on a tract of sagebrush and ( states to make Immediate selection
puts up it house and plants an "' school lands In satisfaction of
orchard is not a public enemy J BranU frnm tne Mpral government
lusiue. loresi reserves, tie says that
Idaho, which is entitled to 800,000
is the salt of the earth and
and bnckUme of the
acres, has been unable to make Its
In other states.
It is said that alfalfa meal
country. Uliy tine him taxes full selection becuuse tho remaining
for building and planting? That durable lands are tied up In re
is what the farmers of other 8erv,'8 and a situation exists
countries have t sked their law j
makers and the answer has been
to stop punishing farmers for,
beautifying their homes and for
producing farm products. J
Wave Hwccp Two On Launch.
Newport Crossing In over the
bar Monday night, the launch Rose
was struck by a heavy sea and two
of the ten passengers on board. Re
corder Hampton and Mrs. Peterson,
both of Xewport, were swept over
board. Doth could swim and cling
ing to life preservers thrown them
by the people left on board, man
aged to keep afloat till lines were
thrown them and they were pulled
over the rail, completely exhausted.
OREGON STATE NEWS
The necessity of educating the
Interesting Happenings From
All Parts of the State.
makes good bread, and that thei iguorant educated people on
young tops make gtod greens, j matters of government andecon
- jomic.s is apparent to any one
There are thousands of acres ' who will make a study of prob-
of tine looking grain on the un j lems along the lines. The most
irrigated lands in all directions ignorant man is the well edu
aUve Kclio. fated one who knows nothing
about a subject yet assumes that
Kcho pi ople show their faith because lie is a graduate he is
in Kcho by voting for a new .competent to pass upon it with
school to cost $l'r,tHK. People 'out investigation.
with faith in their own 'town
will make a still better and
larger town as the years come
hand users are wanted in irri
gation sect ions.
A s!m el and a ho
knoekcr I' ll, if tin
hoe are used steering
of wa'.' V or the fertik
Mecau.se live or six thousand
people of Portland elected the
'I at hine ticket recently some of
the reactionary papers have sen
tenced the Referendum, Initia
tive and liecall to be leaned
. .1 ! 1 .... 1 1 . Ik
i.i.imsi 1 1 u ,aii ami stun, ne
beat the r,. . I... .;. :., i:
shovel and the guns some lliMUKt other
citizens of Oregon will have
siuiu t hing to sav.
filves Vp Henrrli for lluhitnd.
Rosoimrg Mrs. M. Porteous, wife
of Edward J. Porteous, tho Rogue
River mining man who recently dis
appeared from Grants Pass under
mysterious circumstances, returned
to West Fork Sunday morning, after
spending threo days In this city In
a fruitless attempt So locate her hus
band. While here Mr. Porteous
was under the care of a physician
and appeared very nervous. Detec
tive Delnmonte, nTter a careful In
vestigation of this vicinity, informed
parties hero that he believed Por
teous dead, intimating that he had
been killed by enemies.
Farmer Is Ktahlied.
Roseburg A stabbing affray that
may terminate In a fatality occurred
at Looking Oiass, a hamlet about
eight miles southwest of this city,
Monday afternoon, when Jeff and
Rose Williams, both well-known
farmers In this section, are alleged
to have attacked a defenseless farm
er by the name of Larson, stabbing
him over the heart with a knife.
Trial Is PotjMined.
St. Helens the trial of J. K.
(Toots) Blakesley, charged with at
tempted extortion In sending black
mailing letters to E. E. Quick, treas
urer of Columbia county, was Tues
day postponed until the October
term of eourt.
DID YOU SAY
We have a nice line for
you to make selection
ECHO FURNITURE COMPANY
Uidtrtiklit uaj hij,,,,
The land spertil.itor who raises
sagebrush is very little use to
Since wool is scoured in Kcho
why should it not be twisted and
v o enr
Kcho has grown considerably
in tl," las' few years, and the
p-osp,.r!ty resulting from irriga
tion has only U'gun to effect the
Thousands ami tl otisands of
act e of lertiie land under the
Ooiiinhii hind A Irrigation
i ai:ai. r'enty of water, early
season. f.t;r treatment, reasona
ble rates of payment, actual set
tlers aid ti.ersof land encour
aged. To see i- to invest.
I .el o is tne natural center
oi this anil other
Alfalfa hay is U-ing stacked
all through the irrigated sec
tions. There is always a cash
market for alfalfa hay in Kcho.
The meal made from it is in
creasing its popularity in the
markets of Portland. For
chickens and pigs it is unsurpassed.
Medford To force the board of
education of this city to issue a di
ploma to Clarence W. t!ore, member
of the hftih luhool graduating etas
of 190SI, mandamus proceedings
were Saturday begun before Jmluo
Hanna In ihf circuit court. Coro
and two oi her himieiits railed to ap
pear at the formal graduating ex
ercises. .iid the board of education
refused to deliver the diploma to
which each was crMtled. The ali
sence of ihe students was intended
as a protest against alleged favorit
ism and discrimination by one of the
Instructors toward a member of the
class who "flunked."
Rich Gold Ore Xear North Powder.
North Powder A large deposit of
high-grade ore, running largely to
copper, gold and silver, has been un
covered near here. Thirty claims
have been staked off within Ave
miles of town.
Nordstrom Hanged Friday.
Salem Adolf Nordstrom, convict
ed of the murder of John Peterson
In Tillamook county, was tiangsd at
the penitentiary Friday.
Hens negligee shirts . . $ "J .50
MpnV FANCY DRESS SHIRTS, WHITE t4 e
WcnS Md FANCY STRIPED . , $1 .50
A few JUMPER SUITS at Cost
Big Reduction LftSe
Ladies White Underweair
A Choice Line of Ginghams
MRS. E RIPPER
V.'hkre.vs, An All-Wise Fath
er lias removed from our midst;
Oil I 'Stt"llll'll Ullilul- T .1 t....
Kenison-Keeves, In it J J
Kkkolyku, That while y t
mourn the absence of one we f
prized, we know she has passed t
from labor to reward, that we l
will renew our fidelity to the
order she loved, that her vacant
chair will remind us that an-1
other link has dropped from our' -
NEW LIVERY STABLE I
C. R. Coxxey & Sons, Props.
NgjLB'&s New Harness
NEW WHIPS, NEW ROBES, NEW HORSES
A SNARE OF THE PATRONAGE SOLICITED
Si far as it appears to us at
tins distance tlie people or Port
1 ii. d dm as w, U tho thirty-
live propositions on their city
ballot as any city council or
convention would have done.
The ballot was vith apparent
purHso to confuse, loaded down
by the city council with twenty-
The Republican '.party will
name the next U.S. Senator if!
it diKVs so subject to the will of j
the people. The pledges and'
dtvlarations of the party in this'
State are not to 1m set aside!
simply because of the' election
. . . . i
oi a reactionary as inavorofi
Portland. Statement No. 1 is'
hereto stay until the United i
States Constitution i amended:
si as to give to the people the J
i ight which the republican party i
of Orcgen , ;,s demanded since.
i. w ,m.j .ci. iue ngni to, b,rjr. JtH. ,.arr , ha,Ibret.d( .nl ut
ehvt I . S. Senators the same as! for a Sunday suit of clothes and a
we do members of the House of
Representatives. All the ma
chine poli'iekins have to do in
Oregon to elect a Republican to
teaches the hope of immortality I
and leads us to dwell on the!'
beautiful traits in human na i;
ture; that it assures us that the &
golden chain that binds us in
life can not be severed in death, j &
Kesoi.vkd, That our hearts
zo out in tender sympathy forl5"
he bereaved, and while wej"
fondly cherish the memory of &
jur depart ed sister we will not j
forget those sue loved.
Resolved, That a copy of,
.hese resolutions be sent to dfc
William T. Reeves, and to the 1L
. .1 i i . rC
..... . Ill l'l. Illlll I IM .TITII. .t .x..... r '
aioiiaiy stumping about his apart- .1 V V, t"l'lu
,ent. in" , on the records of Henrietta Re-!
beKan Lo(ige o. "ti. I. O. O. F. ire
Resolvei, That our order J
.Mim Walk Williuut Foot.
HUlsboro Joseph Yahl, aged SO,
has the distinction of being alive af
ter walking on the stump of a fresh
amputation within 12 hour after
a surgeon had taken off his left leg
six Inches below the knee. Yahl was
a sufferer from an ulcer. A physician
performed the amputation In the
morning, and that evnisg. when
Yahl's attendant left hi room, the
old nun rose from his bed and I
walked about the room without the1
aid of a crutch. Hearing a noise, hi
nurse returned to find the patient
llairtirvttl Wed in lriMn. i
Pendlton While in jail here un- '
der sentence of ten year for rob-,
Minerva S. Jones.
Mrs, T. (I. Smith,
Mrs. A. Maecoi.m.
any State ortk e is to vote for the
nominee of the rank and file.
And tl at is all they have to do
as regards P. S. Senators.
ri'U. TOSSTIIEU FOR ECHO.
Wf will sell a limiteil amount of land and set the
Kline to peat-hes, nppl,w or pears, care for the
same for tlnw rears paying nil taxes and other
exinmses. For terms address
pair of patent leather shoe. Shortly I
afterward arrived one Ethel IWIIb- ECHO, ORE., June 1. 1.
ger. a gra. widow, with a marriage 1 'Property owners will please I
license, .standing In ,V sheriff , of- take notice they will be wrJ!
flee at the door, leading Into ,h. pelled to cut all weeds on their
corrtdor. Judge Glliil.nd performed property, and to the middle Z !
me marruge ceremony. Parr will tn street adjoininir their I V, . lu " JNCretary.
b. .t o saiem ua,o ,h, supreme ?T gS th' ,r FIlAXK SLOAN, SuVintendent
court rvrre th tWiti nf k-' i.
- tu 1 trnMi 1 "
lower court. w.. it...... ! hrtllli. ftr
-n. in..,.i:ii. 1 t '
t Columbia Land Co.,!
R. It. WOOD. Sfrftnrr. .